From the opening minute, it was apparent that the Foxboro Warriors were in for a strong night on offense. With 15 shots on target against the Stoughton Black Knights, goals were no problems for the Warriors, winning 6-1 with help from five different scorers.
“We did a great job of spreading the wealth tonight and it shows when we are playing well we can get it in the back of the net and get our numbers up on the scoreboard,” said Foxboro coach Kristin Lamothe-Vaughn.
The Warriors first goal came at the seventh minute when Haley Skyes in the corner passed the ball to Carolyn Will near the top of the 18-yard box for the opening score.
Stoughton made the most of a penalty kick in the 27th minute, tying the game with a kick from Shelby Sprague.
Stoughton’s time out after the penalty later proved to do more good for Foxboro than Stoughton. Coming out of the break, the Warriors ripped off four goals in the final 10 minutes of the half.
“They set the pace in the first 10-15 minutes of the game. After Stoughton’s timeout they rallied back and after that it was four goals in the last 10 minutes of the half,” Kristin Lamothe-Vaughn.
Danielle Roma picked up two goals in the 30th and 39th minute off of corners. Both times Roma was able to play the ball off her body at the near post to beat the keeper.
Skyes earned her second assist of the evening in the 38th minute, finding Kristen Bortolotti for another Warriors goal.
Halley Mailing also picked up a goal from the far left in the 40th minute and Jill Burns slammed in a rebound created by Chrstina Stamatos’ shot in the 57th minute.
The Warriors face Milford next on Sept. 24